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Yanni Arrested in Alleged Domestic Dispute (AP)
An undated photo provided by the Palm Beach Sheriff's Office of music star Yanni Monday, March 6, 2006. Yanni was arrested at his Manalapan home Friday, March 3, after his girlfriend accused him of verbally abusing and pushing her during a late night argument. Manalapan police were called to the home of the 51-year-old musician, whose legal name is John Christopher, after his girlfriend called 911 from a locked bathroom late Thursday, according to a police report. (AP Photo/Palm Beach Sheriff's Office)AP - The musician Yanni was arrested at his home after an alleged domestic dispute with his girlfriend, authorities said.


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Madonna Says Daughter Asked if She Was Gay (AP)
Madonna at the annual Vanity Fair Oscar party at Morton's in West Hollywood, Calif., Sunday, March 5, 2006. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)AP - Madonna says she had some explaining to do when her daughter, Lourdes, asked about that kiss with Britney Spears at the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards.


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Cruise, McCarthy Singled Out at Razzies (E! Online)
Jenny McCarthy may have been singled out as this year's top Razzie 
 recipient, but Tom Cruise's couch-jumping antics did not  go 
 unrewarded.E! Online - Jenny McCarthy may have been singled out as this year's top Razzie recipient, but Tom Cruise's couch-jumping antics did not go unrewarded.


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Pearl Jam Preps New Album, Tour (E! Online)
After a nearly four-year break 
 from recording, Pearl Jam has announced plans to release its eighth 
 official studio album on May 2, followed by a major tour.E! Online - After a nearly four-year break from recording, Pearl Jam has announced plans to release its eighth official studio album on May 2, followed by a major tour.


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One Charged in Ex-Jackson 5 Drummer's Death (AP)
AP - A woman told police she stabbed a former drummer for the Jackson 5 with a steak knife when he lunged at her during a fight, prosecutors said.

China gushes praise on Ang Lee, cuts Taiwan mention (Reuters)
Reuters - Chinese media heaped praise on Tuesday on Taiwan-born Ang Lee over his best director Oscar for "Brokeback Mountain," but state media cut the part of his speech in which he thanks everyone in Taiwan, China and Hong Kong.

Yanni Arrested in Alleged Domestic Dispute (AP)
An undated photo provided by the Palm Beach Sheriff's Office of music star Yanni Monday, March 6, 2006. Yanni was arrested at his Manalapan home Friday, March 3, after his girlfriend accused him of verbally abusing and pushing her during a late night argument. Manalapan police were called to the home of the 51-year-old musician, whose legal name is John Christopher, after his girlfriend called 911 from a locked bathroom late Thursday, according to a police report. (AP Photo/Palm Beach Sheriff's Office)AP - The musician Yanni was arrested at his home after an alleged domestic dispute with his girlfriend, authorities said.


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Blake Wants Wrongful-Death Verdict Set Aside (AP)
AP - A month after Robert Blake filed for bankruptcy, the actor asked a judge to void a jury's $30 million verdict in the wrongful-death lawsuit won by the children of his slain wife, his attorneys said Monday.

Oscar ratings follow box-office slide (Reuters)
Director Ang Lee (L) and actor George Clooney pose with their Oscars at the Governors Ball in Hollywood, March 5, 2006. Reuters/Mario AnzuoniReuters - Warning: Films about racial conflict, gay cowboys, Israeli assassins and effete New York intellectuals may be hazardous to your Oscar ratings, Nielsen Media Research figures revealed on Monday.


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Carol Burnett's daughter immortalized in L.A (Reuters)
Reuters - Now that the Oscars have been duly dispersed for 2005, it's time (and to some, a giant relief) to move on to other matters, one of which strikes a chord that's both poignant and joyful.

China gushes praise on Ang Lee, cuts Taiwan mention (Reuters)
Reuters - Chinese media heaped praise on Tuesday on Taiwan-born Ang Lee over his best director Oscar for "Brokeback Mountain," but state media cut the part of his speech in which he thanks everyone in Taiwan, China and Hong Kong.

New Mexico Lands Carrey Film Production (AP)
AP - A film starring Jim Carrey and Ben Stiller will start production in New Mexico in June.

"Crash" stuns Oscars, wins best film (Reuters)
A guest carries an Oscar statuette on arrival at the 78th annual Academy Awards at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, California March 5, 2006. REUTERS/Lucy NicholsonReuters - Gritty race relations drama "Crash" pulled a stunning upset at the Oscars on Sunday, winning the best film award over highly favored gay romance "Brokeback Mountain" in a night heavy with political messages.


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Oscar Ratings Drop 8 Percent From 2005 (AP)
Reese Witherspoon, left, holds her Oscar for Best Actress as she arrives with husband Ryan Phillippe at the annual Vanity Fair Oscar party at Morton's in West Hollywood, Calif., Sunday, March 5, 2006. Witherspoon won for her performance in 'Walk the Line.' (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)AP - ABC is in for a "Crash" landing in the Oscar ratings.


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Travolta Returning to Music in 'Hairspray' (AP)
Actor John Travolta poses backstage at the Oscars during the 78th Academy Awards Sunday, March 5, 2006, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - After a long break, John Travolta's got the music in him again.


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'Madea's Family Reunion' Keeps No. 1 Spot (AP)
AP - "Tyler Perry's Madea's Family Reunion" held the top spot at the weekend box office again, grossing $12.6 million in its second weekend.

Vintage Harlem Festival footage comes to light (Reuters)
Reuters - After more than 35 years, pristine footage of a seemingly forgotten music festival featuring Sly & the Family Stone, B.B. King, the Staples Singers and Mahalia Jackson is finally coming to light.

"Madea" Blocks Out Bruce (E! Online)
Tyler Perry's homily about the pistol-packing granny topped the 
 box-office charts for the second straight week, spoiling the debut of 
 Bruce Willis' new crime thriller, 16 Blocks.E! Online - Tyler Perry's homily about the pistol-packing granny topped the box-office charts for the second straight week, spoiling the debut of Bruce Willis' new crime thriller, 16 Blocks.


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Mayor Bloomberg Luring Films to NYC (AP)
AP - Martin Scorsese's upcoming thriller, "The Departed," revolves around a gangster and a police officer who conceal their identities to infiltrate opposing forces.

Was There a 'Brokeback' Backlash? (AP)
The cast of 'Crash,' including Chris 'Ludacris' Bridges, top far left, Terrence Howard, top second left, Ryan Phillippe, hugging Howard, Matt Dillon, fourth right, and Sandra Bullock, third right, congratulate writer and producer Paul Haggis, back to camera at bottom left, and producer Cathy Schulman, bottom right, after 'Crash' won the Oscar for best picture at the 78th Academy Awards Sunday, March 5, 2006, in Los Angeles. Monday, people were wondering -- was there a 'Brokeback Backlash,' or was 'Crash' just the worthy contender that came on strong in the final best picture stretch?  (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)AP - We chatted about it, joked about it, argued about it, spoofed it. "Brokeback Mountain" was everywhere in our popular culture — yet it lost the big Oscar it was supposed to win.


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Yanni Arrested in Alleged Domestic Dispute (AP)
An undated photo provided by the Palm Beach Sheriff's Office of music star Yanni Monday, March 6, 2006. Yanni was arrested at his Manalapan home Friday, March 3, after his girlfriend accused him of verbally abusing and pushing her during a late night argument. Manalapan police were called to the home of the 51-year-old musician, whose legal name is John Christopher, after his girlfriend called 911 from a locked bathroom late Thursday, according to a police report. (AP Photo/Palm Beach Sheriff's Office)AP - The musician Yanni was arrested at his home after an alleged domestic dispute with his girlfriend, authorities said.


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Two Plead Guilty to Recording Jackson (AP)
AP - Two men pleaded guilty Monday to charges of secretly videotaping Michael Jackson more than two years ago as he flew to Santa Barbara with his attorney to surrender in a child-molestation investigation.

One Charged in Ex-Jackson 5 Drummer's Death (AP)
AP - A woman told police she stabbed a former drummer for the Jackson 5 with a steak knife when he lunged at her during a fight, prosecutors said.

Van Morrison transcends pop music's usual confines (Reuters)
Irish singer Van Morrison performs in northern Spain July 26, 2005. Morrison -- beginning a two-night stand Saturday at the Wiltern in Los Angeles -- delivered a show that mimicked an iPod on random play, blending traditional pop, blues, jazz, R&B, country and a hint of rock with arrangements that folded in such idiomatically diverse instruments as steel guitar, flugelhorn, tin whistle and clarinet. REUTERS/Eloy AlonsoReuters - While record companies shuddered at the development, the advent of the CD jukebox and the iPod allowed music fans to build something nearly impossible to find on the radio: a truly eclectic mix of material.


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Stewart Loses in Vegas (E! Online)
Rod Stewart has learned that in Las Vegas the house always wins.E! Online - Rod Stewart has learned that in Las Vegas the house always wins.


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Travolta Returning to Music in 'Hairspray' (AP)
Actor John Travolta poses backstage at the Oscars during the 78th Academy Awards Sunday, March 5, 2006, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)AP - After a long break, John Travolta's got the music in him again.


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Newcomers Rae, Chico rule UK pop charts (Reuters)
Reuters - English singer/songwriter Corinne Bailey Rae entered the U.K. albums chart at No. 1 with her self-titled debut set, pushing Jack Johnson's "In Between Dreams" to No. 2, according to data issued Sunday by the Official UK Charts Company.

Vintage Harlem Festival footage comes to light (Reuters)
Reuters - After more than 35 years, pristine footage of a seemingly forgotten music festival featuring Sly & the Family Stone, B.B. King, the Staples Singers and Mahalia Jackson is finally coming to light.

Madonna Says Daughter Asked if She Was Gay (AP)
Madonna at the annual Vanity Fair Oscar party at Morton's in West Hollywood, Calif., Sunday, March 5, 2006. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)AP - Madonna says she had some explaining to do when her daughter, Lourdes, asked about that kiss with Britney Spears at the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards.


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Rod Stewart Ordered to Pay $3 Million (AP)
Rod Stewart leaves the federal courthouse in Las Vegas in this file photo takenAug. 23, 2005.  A federal judge in Las Vegas has ordered Rod Stewart to pay a Las Vegas casino more than $3 million for a canceled show in December 2000. The judges' judicial order, dated Friday, March 3, 2006, put Stewart on the hook for $3.06 million, including the $2 million advance he was paid by Harrah's Entertainment's Rio hotel-casino and more than $1 million in interest, penalties and attorney fees. (AP Photo/Joe Cavaretta, File)AP - A federal judge has ordered Rod Stewart to pay a Las Vegas casino more than $3 million for a canceled show in December 2000.


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